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Thread: Sievert professional with 3 “burners” or Smiths little torch?

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    No apology needed. I once fell foul of some dictation software I was "training it" in the professional jargon we used. Luckily I spotted what it had done to "pension account" before the letter went out.....

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    Caro interesting about the Smiths being heavy on oxygen I have not found this, my cylinder lasts me at the very least 18 months.

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    Ah but how big a cylinder?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Caro View Post
    No apology needed. I once fell foul of some dictation software I was "training it" in the professional jargon we used. Luckily I spotted what it had done to "pension account" before the letter went out.....
    Now that would have been rather embarrassing … just the sort of thing I would do.

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    Cylinder size ( D) 2 m3 I do not know if the "D" is same over there

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